King Midas

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The Stars They Will Align - Poem by King Midas

I've waited many moons
Just to catch her shallow glances
I've dreamed of lands so far away
A thousand's night romances

I've given in to all I could
Just a searchin' for redemption
I tried to pray to the man upstairs
But god gives no exemptions

And now the dawn is setting in
And our lovers hearts are winding
A thousand follies come amassed
And render the lovers blindly

It may take ten thousand years
Again to set their minds straight
But in the end predestination rules
Because it's perpetually the lover's fates

The love they have is genuine
Like the stars give genuine light
The reaper casts an ominous glare
And sends rain to silence fire on a bitter lonely night

The lover's hearts lay shattered
A pain with no amends
Many nights an evil moon
Both tried not to offend

But lover's hearts who surely are intertwined
Into a single force that is a rapture
Can conquer the tumultuous tempestuous storm
That has become the lover's nomenclature

And in the end, the stars, they shall align
For the ones who hang on to their soul
For if their mate loves the other, unconditionally too
Then at once they will become whole

Yes, indeed they shall align
The stars will reign above
The stars, the stars, they will align
And rely on unparalleled love


Comments about The Stars They Will Align by King Midas

  • (5/15/2006 3:10:00 AM)


    Splendid title. Hope for lovers and dreams

    Patricia Gale
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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 15, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, February 8, 2007


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